The Pros and Cons of On-Campus Living
Georgia State University is known for being a commuter school. Over the past few years, GSU has made efforts on expanding our campus and giving us a more “traditional” feel. Although we are still primarily a commuter school, more and more students have started to live on-campus.
Are you on the fence about what you should do?
Check out this list for a few of the positive and negatives behind on-campus living.
1. Pro: If your alarm clock goes off late, you can still manage to make it to class on time.
2. Con: …Unless your class is in Aderhold. Good luck!
3. Pro: If you’re ever bored, you’re living in a place where there are always people who want to hang out and do something.
Followed by events that your RAs or RHA put on in the residence halls.
4. Con: …You’re living in a place where there are always people who want to hang out and do something.
Purchase some earplugs.
5. Pro: There are no curfews and you are able to invite over guests.
6. Con: The process for checking in your guests is incredibly frustrating.
7. Pro: If you decide to bring your car to campus, you can always find a parking spot in a secure location.
8. Con: Parking prices for the residence hall decks are not included in the overall cost of living.
9. Pro: You get to experience what it is like to live in the heart of downtown Atlanta.
And that’s an experience like no other!